Monday, February 17, 2014

NJ reporter wins award for Bridgegate coverage

Shawn Boburg, the reporter for The Record (Bergen County, NJ) whose coverage of the role of political payback in the creation of four days of traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge last September has left Governor Christie’s presidential aspirations in doubt, is a winner of the annual George Polk journalism award, it was announced Sunday night.
The Polk Awards are granted by Long Island University to honor special achievement in journalism. The awards, which place a premium on investigative and enterprise reporting that gains attention and achieves results, were established in 1949 by LIU to commemorate Gorge Polk,
a CBS correspondent murdered in 1948 while covering
the Greek civil war.
Other winners in the 65th annual awards included three reporters from the British newspaper The Guardian and one from The Washington Post who revealed the extent of secret surveillance and data collection by the National Security Agency.
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